On October 19, 10 thousand pine and spruce seedlings were planted in the Malopurginsky district of the Udmurt Republic to restore the affected forest. The planting was organized within the framework of the PosadiLes forest restoration and conservation project with the support of the Udmurtles Autonomous Institution of the UR, Yaganskoye Lesnichestvo, MUP Housing and Communal Services of Malopurginsky District, Moscow Credit Bank and ECA movement.
More than 80 volunteers took part in the planting, among them were local residents, representatives of the public organization "Ecoproftech" and students of the Construction Technology College. The planting area was specially prepared by the staff of the local forestry, who will carry out the subsequent care of the seedlings.
“It is very pleasant to observe that reforestation activities are becoming popular and not only caring people, but also socially responsible businesses are taking part in planting. We thank the Credit Bank of Moscow and all participants for their contribution to the preservation of the forests of Udmurtia ",- Project Manager "PosadiLes" Munteanu Marianna.
“I don't build houses. And I have no sons yet. But I have planted, I am planting and I will plant a forest. The action has passed, the eyes are closed, but the feeling of fatigue fades into the background. In the first place - a sense of pride in the work done, that I could again become a part of something great, ”- comments on the landing Konstantin Chernyshev, volunteer, volunteer of the first training camp of voluntary forest firefighters (Novosibirsk).
In just four years of implementation of the PosadiLes project, more than 680 thousand trees have been planted in 22 regions of Russia. More than 6 thousand people took part in the public financing of the landings. The ECA movement, which founded the PosadiLes project, has been rehabilitating and preserving forests since 2010, and during this time has planted more than 10 million trees in 47 regions of Russia.
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